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[audio]YanisVaroufakis - Union Solidarity International
Yanis Varoufakis on Political Paralysis and the Eurozone crisis
Keywords: Eurozone
Downloads: 100
[audio]Unite Scotland podcast episode 2
Andrew Brady of Unite Scotland speaks to sociologist Vangelos Lagos in Athens.
Keywords: Greece; Eurozone
Downloads: 57
[movies]Eurozone Debate : BBCPARL : June 4, 2012 7:15pm-9:40pm BST
Recorded coverage of the debate in the Scottish Parliament on the eurozone, from Wednesday 30 May.
Keywords: Eurozone Debate; Television Program
[audio]Wage theft, zero hours contracts, unpaid internships and Eurozone unemployment - Union Solidarity International
We talk about wage theft, zero hour contracts, unpaid internships and Eurozone unemployment.Latest figures from Eurostat shows growing unemployment across Europe. The highest unemployment is in Greece, Spain, Italy, Portugal and Cyprus, and shows the devastating effect of austerity on these societies.Young people are particularly affected, with youth unemployment at more than 50% in some countries...
Keywords: Eurozone; unemployment; wage theft
Downloads: 36
[movies]Eurozone & Greece : CSPAN : June 25, 2012 1:10am-4:00am EDT
Series/Special. Greek election results; European debt. New.
Keywords: Eurozone & Greece; Television Program
Downloads: 157
[audio]Euro-Krise Mark Weisbrot und die US-Kritik an den Europäern - Schweizer Radio DRS
Interview with Mark Weisbrot on German radio about the European debt crisis.
Keywords: Germany; Europe; eurozone; debt
Downloads: 20
[movies]Impact of Eurozone Economy : CSPAN : February 4, 2012 3:28pm-5:00pm EST
Series/Special. Ideas on controlling debt and spending. New.
Keywords: Impact of Eurozone Economy; Television Program
Downloads: 82
[audio]Varoufakis on Global Economic Crisis
Professor Yanis Varoufakis of Athens University talks to Hellenic Radio in Austin, Texas, on the global economic crisis, how it developed and how it will be resolved, with particular emphasis on the crisis as it's affecting the eurozone and its weakest member, Greece.
Keywords: Varoufakis; Greece; Eurozone; Economic Crisis; Hellenic Radio
Downloads: 55
[audio]Yanis May Day - Union Solidarity International
We speak to Yanis Varoufakis about the ongoing Eurozone crisis, and Greece's options regarding a possible exit. Yanis feels that Greece should stay in the Eurozone, but start preparing a Plan B. Yanis also talks about the options facing Cyprus, which he believes should exit.Yanis talks about capitalisms' inability to manage its own system. Sensible analysts - from Keynes to Krugman - have attempted to save capitalism from itself by making the system more sustainable...
Keywords: Eurozone; Yanis Varoufakis; Greece; Cyprus; Keynes
Downloads: 179
[audio]sojournertruthradio07/14/11 Eurozone/US Debt Segment
: What is going on with the economy in the Euro-zone and what is the relationship if any with the economic crises in Europe and in the United States. Economist Max Wolff breaks it down for us.
Keywords: Eurozone debt crisis; Economics; Debt Ceiling; Recession
Downloads: 7
[audio]sojournertruthradio07/14/11
What is going on with the economy in the Euro-zone and what is the relationship if any with the economic crises in Europe and in the United States. Economist Max Wolff breaks it down for us. And a Black mother in Detroit has her home surrounded by over 100 police officers and her child detained by Child Protective services, for refusing to give her child psychotropic medication known to have terrible side effects...
Keywords: Eurozone debt crisis; Green Racism; Child Welfare
Downloads: 7
[audio]Macro-Economic Policy in the Eurozone: Are There Alternatives to Slow Growth and High Unemployment? - Center for Economic and Policy Research
Center for Economic and Policy Research Co-Director Mark Weisbrot's presentation during the IMF/World Bank meetings.
Keywords: IMF; World Bank; Europe; austerity measures; eurozone
Downloads: 872
[audio]It's Christmas in Euroland - Institute of Ideas
Institute of Ideas Christmas Lecture, 15th December 2011 Lecturers: Phil Mullan: economist; business transformation director, Easynet Global Services; author The Imaginary Time Bomb Simon Nixon: European editor, Wall Street Journalâs Heard on the Street column; author, The Credit Crunch: how safe is your money? Mark Seddon: writer and broadcaster; author, Standing for Something: life in the awkward squad Chair: Angus Kennedy: head of external relations, Institute of Ideas; chair, IoI Economy Fo...
Keywords: public; debate; Eurozone; EU; economics; Euro
Downloads: 114
[audio]Heiner Flassbeck - Union Solidarity International
Web conference with Heiner Flassbeck. Heiner Flassbeck is the Director of the Division on Globalization and Development Strategies at UNCTAD in Geneva, and former deputy finance minister of Germany. A prominent economist, Flassbeck has been at the forefront of critiquing myths about the financial crisis, and is an unparalleled expert in the particular challenges of the Eurozone. Flassbeck argues that global economic governance is needed, because globalisation needs global rules...
Keywords: Economics; Eurozone; Trade Unions; Labor Unions
Downloads: 197
[audio]Get Britain Out - British calls to leave the EU - CyBC Radio Cyprus
LEAD: Itâs been a tough few months for the European Union. The aftershocks created by the botched Cyprus bailout are by no means over and now the UK appears to inching toward the exit door. Surprisingly, as all of this is going on - the big conversation in Brussels is of closer political integration â but as the continent suffers from a prescription of universal austerity, is such talk adding fuel to the fire? Tima Aker from 'Get Britain Out' speaks to Nathan Morley...
Keywords: EU; Cyprus; UK; Eurozone; Referendum; David Cameron; politics
Downloads: 15
[audio]The Socialist Alternative To The EU Lead Off
22nd May 2014 marked the elections to the European Parliament. On the eve of these elections, Josh Holroyd spoke at a meeting of the Marxist Student Federation held in London, outlining a history of the European Union, analysing the current economic and political crisis in the eurozone, and putting forward a socialist alternative to the EU.
Keywords: european union; eurozone; euro; europe; marxism; socialism; Maastricht
Downloads: 27
[audio]Audio Freedom Daily 02172014 (February 17, 2014)
Audio Freedom Daily for Feb. 17, 2014Europe May Be in the Calm Before the Storm - by Andrew CullenArticle at https://mises.org/daily/6666/Europe-May-Be-in-the-Calm-Before-the-StormMusic at http://www.jamendo.com/en/track/650283/alegriaPublished under Creative Commons 3.0 Attribution-ShareAlike License UnportedPodcast MP3 Feed - http://audiofreedomdaily.com/feed/podcast/Podcast OGG Feed - http://audiofreedomdaily.com/feed/podcast_ogg/
Keywords: Andrew Cullen; Mises; ECB; Eurozone; fractional reserve banking
Downloads: 1
[audio]Rob Sewell on British Perspectives Apr 2012 - Rob Sewell
Rob Sewell speaking on British Perspectives at a meeting of Socialist Appeal supporters in London on 14 April, 2012.
Keywords: Marxism; Economics; crisis; Eurozone; Britain; Cameron; Clegg; Labour
Downloads: 884
[audio]Alan Woods on World Perspectives April 2012 - Alan Woods
Alan Woods speaking on World Perspectives at a meeting of Socialist Appeal supporters in London on 14 April, 2012.
Keywords: Alan Woods; Marxism; Economics; crisis; Eurozone; Greece; Spain; Arab spring
Downloads: 1,007
[texts]The Deep Deformation of Europe: Economic Conflict in the European Union. Author Elli Louka
The Deep Deformation of Europe, Economic Conflict in the European Union
Keywords: European Union; debt crisis, sovereign debt crisis, euro, euro crisis, eurozone, hegemony, monetary policy; euro; euro crisis; eurozone; monetary policy; international law; European law; debt crisis
Downloads: 19
[audio]Misbegotten Entry, but No Exit for Greece - Peterson Institute for International Economics
John Williamson suggests that to save the euro area, Greece must deflate but that Germany and some other countries should accept a bit more inflation.
Keywords: Greece; euro area; eurozone; debt; John Williamson; Peterson Institute for International Economics; PIIE
Downloads: 827
[audio]Elections in Greece, Part II: Will Greeks Also Say 'No' to the Euro Area? - Peterson Institute for International EconomicsGreece, euro area, eurozone, elections, bailout, debt crisis, Jacob Kirkegaard, Peterson Institute for International Economics, PIIE
Jacob Funk Kirkegaard says that if Greeks confront the consequences of leaving the euro area, they will very likely balk and accept their bailout terms.
Keywords: Greece; euro area; eurozone; elections; bailout; debt crisis; Jacob Kirkegaard; Peterson Institute for International Economics; PIIE
Downloads: 1,575
[audio]New Regimes, Old Problems, in Italy and Greece - Peterson Institute for International Economics
Nicolas Véron says that despite the changes in Athens and Rome, Europe has much more to do to address its underlying weaknesses.
Keywords: Greece; Italy; Europe; euro area; eurozone; crisis; Nicolas Véron; Peterson Institute for International Economics; PIIE
Downloads: 971
[audio]Elections in Greece, Part I: Greek Voters Say ‘No’ to Their Bailout - Peterson Institute for International Economics
Jacob Funk Kirkegaard suggests that after the principal Greek parties fail to form a governing coalition, new elections will be needed to clear the air. Tune in tomorrow, May 8, for Part II: Will Greeks Also Say âNoâ to the Euro Area?
Keywords: Greece; euro area; eurozone; elections; bailout; debt crisis; Jacob Kirkegaard; Peterson Institute for International Economics; PIIE
Downloads: 1,465
[audio]For Your Ears Only (On Air) 10/30/2011 - David Alpern
Occupation Expectation, Euro Deal, Flat Tax Fever, AfPak and Iraq, White House Moments, Archive - Juan Last Word (FYEO 10-31-10)Lineup: I. BILLBOARD II. OCCUPATION EXPECTATION Shanelle Matthews, Occupy Oakland protester and change.org petitioner and Ellis Cose, author of "The End of Anger"(Ecco Books), senior advisor to The Center for Work-Life Policy III. EUROZONE DEAL Daniel Gross, Yahoo! Finance Columnist/Economics Editor IV...
Keywords: Occupy Wall Street; Eurozone; Perry; Cain; Obama; Afghanistan; Pakistan; Iraq; White House
Downloads: 1
[audio]Eurozonia: too big to fail, too small to succeed? - Institute of Ideas
Battle of Ideas 2011, Battle for the World 20th October 2011, Royal College of Art, London SPEAKERS Philippe Legrain advisor to José Manuel Barroso, President of the European Commission (speaking in a personal capacity); author, Aftershock: reshaping the world economy after the crisis Simon Nixon European editor, Wall Street Journalâs Heard on the Street column; author, The Credit Crunch: how safe is your money? Bruno Waterfield Brussels correspondent, Daily Telegraph; author, No Means No! C...
Keywords: battle of ideas; battle; ideas; debate; politics; 2011; public; Euro; Eurozone; economics; crisis; banking; Europe
Downloads: 27
[audio]Is Portugal the Next Domino to Fall? - Peterson Institute for International Economics
Nicolas Véron is confident that Portugal can solve its problems without resorting to a debt write-down that would rattle European markets.
Keywords: Portugal; debt; Europe; euro area; eurozone; Nicolas Veron; Peterson Institute for International Economics; PIIE
Downloads: 607
[audio]Peterson Perspectives: Europe: Headed Right but Not Fast Enough - Peterson Institute for International Economics
Edwin M. Truman analyzes four aspects of the crisis: Greece's prospects, the threat of contagion, the weak banking system, and the need for a new fiscal union.
Keywords: Greece; Europe; eurozone; contagion; debt; Edwin Truman; Peterson Institute for International Economics; PIIE
Downloads: 915
[audio]Second Sunrise Emerging Markets Speakers Lecture: Djankov on Bulgaria - Peterson Institute for International Economics
Simeon Djankov, Minister of Finance of the Republic of Bulgaria, delivered the second Sunrise Emerging Markets Speakers lecture on February 14, 2013, at the Peterson Institute. Minister Djankov addressed his vision of how Bulgaria can achieve European average levels of income in the face of the ongoing euro area crisis and competition from neighboring states. Sunrise Foundation President Antoine van Agtmael introduced the minister.
Keywords: Bulgaria; Simeon Djankov; Peterson Institute for International Economics; PIIE; Central Europe; euro area; eurozone; debt crisis
Downloads: 1,813
[audio]Market Access is Receding for Greek Debt - Peterson Institute for International Economics
Nicolas Véron assesses the market impact of the dilemma faced by European creditors over Greece's failure to implement its promised reforms.
Keywords: debt crisis; Greece; eurozone; EU; European Union; Nicolas Véron; Peterson Institute for International Economics; PIIE
Downloads: 1,149
[audio]Peterson Perspectives: Europe Struggles to Get Ahead of the Curve - Peterson Institute for International Economics
Nicolas Veron says that steps by errant countries and European leaders to stabilize the euro have eased the sovereign debt crisis, but the lull may be temporary.
Keywords: debt; sovereign debt; crisis; Europe; eurozone; euro; Nicolas Veron; Peterson Institute for International Economics; PIIE
Downloads: 689
[audio]Peterson Perspectives: Europe Struggles to Get Ahead of the Curve - Peterson Institute for International Economics
Nicolas Veron says that steps by errant countries and European leaders to stabilize the euro have eased the sovereign debt crisis, but the lull may be temporary.
Keywords: debt; sovereign debt; crisis; Europe; eurozone; euro; Nicolas Veron; Peterson Institute for International Economics; PIIE
Downloads: 3
[audio]Peterson Perspectives: Is the European Market Turmoil Self-Inflicted? - Peterson Institute for International Economics
Nicolas Veron assesses the charge that Europe's plan to make bondholders pay in future bailouts has itself produced turmoil in European markets.
Keywords: Europe; eurozone; bailout; financial crisis; Nicolas Véron; Peterson Institute; Institute for International Economics; PIIE; IIE
Downloads: 762
[audio]Peterson Perspectives: Greece Is Not Out of the Woods - Peterson Institute for International Economics
Jacob Funk Kirkegaard foresees more difficulties impeding German approval of a Greek rescue--and grave problems for Greece in meeting Europe's terms.
Keywords: Greece; Germany; eurozone; debt; Jacob Kirkegaard; Peterson Institute; Institute for International Economics; PIIE; IIE
Downloads: 559
[audio]Peterson Perspectives: More Turmoil in Greece and Europe - Peterson Institute for International Economics
Jacob Funk Kirkegaard notes that the latest estimates of Greece's increasingly large financing needs may compound its difficulties in getting help.
Keywords: Greece; bailout; government debt; eurozone; Europe; Jacob Kirkegaard; Peterson Institute; Institute for International Economics; PIIE; IIE
Downloads: 662
[image]IMF rescue for Greece - Latuff
To be published in the Greek newspaper Dromos: http://edromos.gr/
Keywords: Greece; economic; crisis; EU; European Union; IMF; Eurozone; George Papandreou; Latuff; cartoon
Downloads: 29
[audio]Is the Greek Bailout Doomed to Fail? - Peterson Institute for International Economics
John Williamson says the only way for Greece to avoid leaving the euro area is to reduce prices and incomes by perhaps 40 percent across the board.
Keywords: Greece; Europe; euro area; eurozone; austerity; bailout; debt; John Williamson; Peterson Institute for International Economics; PIIE
Downloads: 766
[audio]Risky Repercussions from Cyprus: Another View - Peterson Institute for International Economics
Jacob Funk Kirkegaard says depositors as well as bondholders might take losses in a Cyprus bank bailoutâand that this would be a good thing.
Keywords: Cyprus; banks; bailout; Europe; euro area; eurozone; debt; Jacob Kirkegaard; Peterson Institute for International Economics; PIIE
Downloads: 1,276
[audio]Vitor Gaspar: Portugal: Gaining Credibility and Competitiveness - Peterson Institute for International Economics
Vitor Gaspar, Minister of Finance of Portugal, speaks about his country's credibility and competitiveness at an event held March 19, 2012, at the Peterson Institute.
Keywords: Portugal; Europe; debt crisis; eurozone; euro area; Vitor Gaspar; finance; Peterson Institute for International Economics; PIIE
Downloads: 2,431
[audio]Q and A with Vitor Gaspar: Portugal: Gaining Credibility and Competitiveness - Peterson Institute for International Economics
Vitor Gaspar, Minister of Finance of Portugal, takes audience questions following his speech at the Peterson Institute on March 19, 2012. For more information, visit http://piie.com/events/event_detail.cfm?EventID=216
Keywords: Portugal; Europe; debt crisis; eurozone; euro area; Vitor Gaspar; finance; Peterson Institute for International Economics; PIIE
Downloads: 2,162
[audio]Peterson Perspectives: The Perils of a New Mercantalism - Peterson Institute for International Economics
Arvind Subramanian sees a danger of countries trying to recover economically by competitive devaluation of their currencies and other forms of "new mercantilism."
Keywords: Arvind Subramanian; New Mercantalism; Peterson Perspectives; Peterson Institute for International Economics; eurozone; India
Downloads: 143
[audio]Max Keiser Radio - The Truth About Markets - 18 October 2008 - Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert
Max and Stacy on the Truth About Markets on Resonance 104.4 FM in London. Talk of Russia, the eurozone and the ongoing US financial collapse.
Keywords: max keiser; max kaiser; russia; eurozone; us financial collapse 2008; october 2008
Downloads: 128
[audio]Rag Radio 2012-11-09 - Berlin-Based Activist David MacBryde on Germany & the Eurozone - Rag Radio with Thorne Dreyer
Former Austin peace and justice activist David MacBryde -- a Berlin-based correspondent for The Rag Blog -- offers a progressive perspective on developments in Germany and the Eurozone, including the European Occupy Movement and economic justice and environmental activities. MacBryde is a faith and economics-based social activist with roots in the Quaker church. Much of his work in Germany has involved the “Swords to Plowshares” movement, especially in the work of converting military bases t...
Keywords: Rag Radio; David MacBryde; German Politics; Eurozone; Austin History; SDS; Sixties; The Rag; The Rag Blog
Downloads: 66
[texts]Credence Independent Advisors Eurozone needs an unconventional approach to its economic crisis
Mario Draghi, the head of ECB calls for more unconventional and growth friendly policies to end eurozone crisis. Within the Eurozone, it has been a long-time since the living standards were at peak.For instance, the living standards were last at their peak in 1997 in Italy, 2000 in Cyprus and Portugal, 2001 in Greece, 2003 in Spain and Ireland and 2006 in France. Out of all the eurozone countries bailed out since eurozone debt crisis, Italy has been the only country to witness the worst performa...
Keywords: Credence Independent Advisors Eurozone needs an unconventional approach to its economic crisis
Downloads: 4
[texts]Land Value Tax gets backing in Wales
Land Value Tax gets backing in Wales
Keywords: land; rental; april; banks; taxation; lvt; assembly; toulouse; froth; eurozone; annual rental
Downloads: 20
[audio]Interview with David Hodgson Talk Radio Europe 5 Jul 12 - Dr David Fraser
Discussing politics, leadership and relationships in the Eurozone.
Keywords: politics; relationships; leadership; Eurozone; Talk Radio Europe; David Hodgson; Dr David Fraser
Downloads: 25
[audio]Edge of Chaos - August 27, 2012 - Joe Ryan & Neurotoxin
Edge of Chaos is a free-flowing discussion of politics, economics, current events and occasionally pop culture. This episode features an in-depth discussion of economics and the ongoing problems in the Eurozone and features guest commentator Brian Custer.
Keywords: economics; politics; news; current events; Eurozone debt crisis; Keynesian economics; progressivism; socialism; libertarianism; capitalism; free market economics
Downloads: 9
[audio]Europe's Continuing Risks - Peterson Institute for International Economics
Edwin M. Truman says that while Europe's debt crisis has eased, it still needs to expand its own financial safety net before getting help from the International Monetary Fund.
Keywords: Europe; euro area; eurozone; International Monetary Fund; IMF; debt crisis; Edwin Truman; Ted Truman; Peterson Institute for International Economics; PIIE
Downloads: 1,005
[audio]Kirkegaard: Europe on the Brink - Peterson Institute for International Economics
Jacob Funk Kirkegaard comments on a new PIIE Policy Brief, entitled "Europe on the Brink" by Peter Boone and Simon Johnson. His comments were made at the release meeting held at the Peterson Institute for International Economics on July 21, 2011. Kirkegaard's remarks are followed by a question-and-answer session with the audience and the authors, Peter Boone and Simon Johnson. For more information, visit: http://www.piie.com/events/event_detail.cfm?EventID=191
Keywords: Europe; debt; crisis; euro area; eurozone; Peter Boone; Simon Johnson; Jacob Kirkegaard; Peterson Institute for International Economics; PIIE
Downloads: 48
[audio]Greece Should Not Quit the Euro Area, Part II - Peterson Institute for International Economics
Anders Aslund explains that a Greek exit from the euro would produce chaos and bank runs throughout Europe and inevitably lead to a breakup of the euro area itself.
Keywords: Greece; euro; euro area; eurozone; European Union; monetary union; debt; banking run; Anders Aslund; Peterson Institute for International Economics; PIIE
Downloads: 793
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